Explore Wine's Alternate Universe
Small, mostly family-owned wineries in almost every state create award-winning fruit wines from berries, orchard fruit, honey, even pumpkins and rhubarb; lending rural, old-time traditions new levels of craftsmanship.
But only 1 out of 10 American wineries makes fruit wine, and finding these wines in stores is nearly impossible.
Now, tasting them is easy. Use this site to find the fruit wines you want that are shippable to the state of your choice. Then click BUY NOW on the wine you want, and order directly from the winery that makes it.
Serve cherry wine or honey wine with dinner, sip blackberry wine on a summer night or mango wine on the boat. Bring cranberry wine to a holiday dinner. And discover award-winning small-batch hard ciders and fruit liquors you’ve never seen before.
We currently feature 157 handmade fruit wines, hard ciders, and fruit-based spirits. And we’re adding more all the time. Have fun exploring! 21+ only.
“But year after year I come back to this place/ just to remember the taste/ of strawberry wine.”
— Deana Carter
“Oh, don’t you be like me/ drink your good sweet cherry wine/ and let that whiskey be.”
Pumpkin, maple, chocolate-hazelnut, key lime, dandelion, rhubarb… whether bark, nut, vegetable, root, common lawn weed or rare fruit, these “exotic” wines are all handcrafted by fearless and talented artisans.
“Cider apples furnish one of the most cogent arguments to prove that Providence had the production of alcoholic liquors directly in its eye.”
— George Saintsbury
“The history of the term honeymoon dates back to the Norse, who would drink a quantity of mead (honey wine) for the first month (moon) of marriage.”
— The Voice, U.K. newspaper
“Eau de vie is the French word meaning ‘water of life.’ They are clear, pure distillates of fermented and mashed fruit.”
— Steve McCarthy, Clear Creek Distillery, Portland, Oregon